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Legislation authored by Winford Lee Dunn

Includes legislation with Winford Lee Dunn as the primary author for the 48th through 49th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

49th Regular Session
HB 65 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Relating to releasing the interest and penalties on all delinquent ad valorem, benefit and poll taxes that were delinquent on or before February 1, 1945, due to the State, any county, common school district, road district, levee improvement districts, water improvement district, and water control and improvement district, irrigation district, and other defined subdivisions of the State if said taxes are paid on or before December 15, 1945.
HJR 18 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas defining persons eligible to vote in this State, so as to provide that all persons who have reached the age of eighteen years shall be eligible to vote except certain enumerated classes; providing that the restriction as to soldiers, marines, and seamen voting shall not be applicable when a war exists between the United States and any other country.
HJR 24 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an Amendment which shall provide that the Legislature shall have the power to provide, under such limitations and restrictions as may be deemed by the Legislature expedient, for assistance to certain needy people of Texas who are not eligible for assistance under one of the other assistance programs provided for in the present constitutional provisions.
HJR 29 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an amendment designating persons not allowed to vote in this State.
HJR 30 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an amendment pertaining to poll tax exemption.
HJR 37 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing that the Senate shall consist of forty-one members, and further providing that the House of Representatives shall consist of not more than two hundred members, upon the ration of not more than one Representative for every thirty thousand (30,000) inhabitants.
HJR 38 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing that no county shall be entitled to more than five (5) Representatives unless the population of such county shall exceed one million (1,000,000) people as ascertained by the most recent United States Census, in which event such county shall be entitled to one additional Representative for each two hundred thousand (200,000) population in excess of one million (1,000,000) population as shown by the latest United Sates Census.
HJR 39 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee | et. al.
Caption: Proposing an amendment to exempt veterans of foreign wars from payment of poll tax under certain conditions.
48th Regular Session
HB 390 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts; validating payment of taxes in Bowie County for certain years.
HB 681 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee | et. al.
Caption: Relating to prohibiting the use of any seine or net for taking fish from the waters of the Sulphur River of Bowie and Red River Counties, during the months of March or April, except a seine or net of not less than two-inch square mesh; providing a penalty.
HJR 29 Author: Dunn, Sr., Winford Lee
Caption: Proposing an Amendment to provide that the Legislature shall have the power by general laws to provide, under such limitations and restrictions and regulations as may be deemed by the Legislature expedient, for old-age assistance, and for the payment of same not to exceed Twenty Dollars ($20) per month, each to actual bona fide citizens of Texas who are over the age of sixty-five (65) years, with certain exceptions and conditions.